Google Operating System - Chrome

July 9, 2009

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I remember last year when Google Chrome was launched thinking it was only a matter of time before they followed suit with an operating system. Here are number of my favourite blogs on the subject.

It’s been an exciting nine months since we launched the Google Chrome browser. Already, over 30 million people use it regularly. We designed Google Chrome for people who live on the web — searching for information, checking email, catching up on the news, shopping or just staying in touch with friends. However, the operating systems that browsers run on were designed in an era where there was no web. So today, we’re announcing a new project that’s a natural extension of Google Chrome — the Google Chrome Operating System. It’s our attempt to re-think what operating systems should be.

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/07/introducing-google-chrome-os.html

Five Reasons Google Chrome OS Will Fail

Eleven Questions About Google’s Chrome OS

Chrome - living in a Google world?

5 Ways Microsoft Will Bring the Hurt to Google Chrome OS

3 reasons you’ll hate Chrome OS

Author: Support @ 1:28 am




Open Source Help Desks

May 4, 2009

Last month we decided that we needed something a bit stronger than Basecamp for logging IT support requests. So it was time again to look at open source helpdesk solutions. Here is a brief summary of our research. Our requirements are:- Easy and fast to log [...] Continue Reading…





Two years of Edinburgh Coffee Morning - Quiz

January 20, 2009

To celebrate two years of Edinburgh Coffee Morning the founder, Mike Coulter organised a quiz. There was a great response to the special ECM with over 35 people turning up.

There was seven teams in total and ours was the wining team (Nev, Fraser and Jim) !

Big thank you to [...] Continue Reading…

Author: Support @ 12:33 pm
Category: Edinburgh




My Favourite Mac Software - Part I

January 13, 2009

Working at Terinea I use a mixture of different computers and software. Windows XP/Vista/Server, I use everyday at work for user and server support. Linux is the main work horse behind most of our clients systems and software, but my main computer is my Apple MacBook Pro.

Since making [...] Continue Reading…

Author: Support @ 11:54 pm
Category: Apple, Software




Dan Moon

August 22, 2008

   Back in June, young Mr Paul (sat at his computer) joined the Edinburgh team and apart from his love of S Club Juniors has been a valuable addition to the team. Last month we decided to build upon this and have taken on Dan. Dan is sat [...] Continue Reading…

Author: Support @ 2:36 pm




Sum up your business using Delicious and Wordle

August 12, 2008

Been using Delicious social bookmarking within the business for well over a year now. Not sure if anyone else in the business uses the account but I always find it useful. Anyway a couple of months of ago I came across Wordle, which takes your bookmarks [...] Continue Reading…

Author: Support @ 8:44 am
Category: Uncategorized




Newbie

July 11, 2008

Terinea is pleased to announcement the appointment of Paul as software developer in the Edinburgh office. Paul will be mainly working on our ERP System (Enterprise Relationship Planning) which works in conjunction with our touch screen system, Jserve.

We hope that Paul enjoys his time at Terinea and that my [...] Continue Reading…

Author: Support @ 3:55 pm
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Category: Edinburgh, Staff




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